Monthly Archives: June 2014

Writing a Social Media Will

USA.gov has a discussion and template for creating a social media will. The site recommends that if you are active online, you should consider creating a statement of how you would like your online identity to be handled after your demise. It recommends appointing someone you trust as an online executor. This person will […]

Equaldex: A Database of LGBT Rights & Legislation

Dan Leveille, a website developer from Los Angeles, has created an online database for LGBT rights and legislation from around the world called Equaldex.¬† Equaldex in its current form is graphic-intensive but ¬†easy to navigate and user friendly. The main page shows a world map with different LGBT concerns listed at the top of […]

Check Out Twitter Posts in Real Time Around the World

Tweetping.net is a website shows what is happening on Twitter in real time. There are roughly 340 million tweets posted every day. Tweetping breaks down the ongoing Twitter feeds by continent, including the most recent hashtags and mentions. It can be a bit overwhelming, but it is also fascinating to watch.

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